ASSOCIATION DES CHEFS DE POLICE DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS

FIRST NATIONS CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION

Sharing in Strength  ~  Partage en Force

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Welcome to the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association

First Nations Chiefs of Police Association provides service with a unique awareness and respect for the traditions and culture of the First Nation people we serve. Our goal is to continually enhance communication within the Communities.

The F.N.C.P.A. exists to serve First Nation Police Services and First Nation territories across Canada by facilitating the highest level of professionalism and accountability in their Police Services, all in a manner that reflects the unique cultures, constitutional status, social circumstances, traditions and aspirations of First Nations.  Community Members, Leaders and Elders have a voice with regard to public safety and how policing services are delivered within their Communities.

On behalf of First Nations Chiefs of Police Association (F.N.C.P.A.) Executive Committee, it is an honour and privilege to present our updated website outlining the vision and activities of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association. As you peruse this website, you will notice the range of activities and highlights of the First Nation Chiefs of Police Association and the members from the various Police Organizations and their members.

Message from the President

We look forward to your continued support as we all seek to work on behalf of the F.N.C.P.A. First Nations Police Services, Territories and their members .

Chief John Syrette
President & Chairman
First Nations Chiefs of Police Association
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